International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Information Technology | Nigeria | Volume 4 Issue 4, April 2015

Design and Implementation of a Career Guide Information System for Secondary School Leavers An Object Oriented Approach

Ojekudo Nathaniel Akpofure Ph.D [2] | Tombari Tete

Abstract: Career Guide Information System (CGIS) provides an automated online platform where students no matter their locations can get real online guide on their future careers and subjects choices and combinations that will help them realize their dreams. In developing this application a cutting-edge software development technology, the Object-Oriented design approach, is adopted which is an evolutionary and iterative process that encompasses ions of the system attributes and behaviours using necessary tools such as Unified Modeling language (UML) and implemented using PHP programming Language and MySQL, which offers lots of benefits that help the application to customize operations running on a server. The Career Guidance Information System enjoys additional benefit running on XAMPP technology which is robust and allows the application to use TCP/IP for intranet packet sharing and file/information transfers across system. The system provides an interactive friendly environment between online counselors and students. The students and Counselors are to be registered on the Career Guidance Information System (CGIS) by providing their bio-data and user names and passwords. The Counselors will in addition provide their areas of expertise. Once they are activated by admin, the student can login and choose his/her preferred Career Counselor and send his/her queries. The interaction between Counselors and Students can continue until issues are solved.

Keywords: Career, Guidance and Counselling, Information Technology, System, Design and Implementation

Edition: Volume 4 Issue 4, April 2015,

Pages: 2635 - 2641

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